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Advanced standing is required to take 300- and 400-level environmental engineering courses. Students must request advanced standing in the second semester of their sophomore year in order to register for their junior-year engineering courses.
The department grants advanced standing for fall semester of junior year if students are missing only one or two course requirements and meet the 2.3 GPA requirements. At the beginning and end of fall semester junior year, students who have not completed the required courses or who no longer meet the GPA requirements will have their advanced standing revoked and must spend a year repairing their academic record before they can continue in the program.
For permanent advanced standing, the requirements below must be met.
1. Pass the following courses:
Note: Equivalent Honors courses or transfer credit can be used to fulfill these requirements.
2. Obtain a University of Arizona GPA of 2.0/4.0.
3. Complete the lower-division English requirement as specified by your adviser.
4. Maintain an environmental engineering GPA of 2.3 (i.e., CHEE 201, 202, 295E, 370R).
In addition to these requirements, undergraduate students are advised that success in upper-division courses usually requires an average of C or better in the prerequisite chemical engineering courses (CHEE 201, 295E, 370R). If these requirements are not met, your temporary advanced standing can be revoked, and you will then need an additional year to complete your degree requirements.
Please see your adviser to avoid problems. See the College of Engineering Advanced Standing page for more information.